It seems Velma needs a same-sex boo within the an upcoming HBO Max Scooby Doo Halloween film.
Clips from the animated particular “Trick or Deal with Scooby-Doo!” have been making the rounds on social media, with of us utilizing them to proclaim that the character is lastly being proven as homosexual.
“OMG LESBIAN VELMA FINALLY CANON CANON IN THE MOVIES LETS GOOOOOO,”one person tweeted, with a clip exhibiting Velma getting googly-eyed over a feminine character named Coco Diablo.
Different clips have additionally been circulating on social media, together with one wherein Velma tells fellow sleuth Daphne that she’s “crushing large time” and asking for recommendation on what to do.
Followers have lengthy believed Velma was a part of the LGBTQ+ group.
In 2020, director James Gunn said he tried to make the character “explicitly gay” in his script for the live-action “Scooby-Doo” film.
“In 2001 Velma was explicitly homosexual in my preliminary script” (for 2002’s live-action “Scooby-Doo”), he tweeted on the time. “However the studio simply saved watering it down & watering it down, turning into ambiguous (the model shot), then nothing (the launched model) & lastly having a boyfriend (the sequel).”
Gunn wrote each the 2001 live-action movie and its 2004 sequel, which each starred Linda Cardellini as Velma.
Within the sequel, actor Seth Inexperienced performed Velma’s boyfriend and there was nothing within the movie to suggest she was homosexual.
Tony Cervone, supervising producer on the “Thriller Integrated” sequence, posted on Instagram during 2020 Pride Month about Velma and the character Marcie in a photograph that used Pleasure colours.
“I clearly don’t characterize each model of Velma Dinkley, however I’m one of many key those that represents this one. We made our intentions as clear as we may ten years in the past,” the caption learn. “Most of our followers obtained it. To people who didn’t, I recommend you look nearer.”
CNN has reached out to Warner Bros., which like HBO Max, is owned by CNN’s mother or father firm, for remark.
“Trick or Deal with Scooby-Doo!” debuts on HBO Max on Oct. 16.